I'm a Jesus-loving wife || Homeschooling Mom to three beautiful children || Daughter || Dreamer || Do-er || Writer || Creative || Friend || Whole Foods Cook || Fashion-Major-turned Suburban Homesteader.
What I’m Reading
Today I’m teaming up with some amazing women who are a part of the Overcome the Lie campaign. These women have a heart for sharing the Truth about God’s Word and his love for each of us. They’re sharing from their hearts many ways in which they’ve overcome the lies that they are confronted with on a daily basis by remembering that Christ ultimately overcame the worst of it all for us in His death.
You can connect further with this project on Twitter @OvercomeTheLie and also on their new website.
It is in the spirit of prevailing over lies-horrible, awful and revolting lies that our minds can buy into that I come to you today. There are times in my life where I have gotten into a rut of thinking that, “If I want something done right, I have to do it myself.” This way of thinking has spilled over into many different areas of my life; setting in deep roots that have been hard to extricate.
I’m late on writing this post. Why, you ask?
I kind of don’t want this study to be over, if I’m being totally honest.
As a task-oriented thinker, I can sometimes flounder when I come to the end of something. Especially in this instance, as the end is here for our 9 weeks of fasting together. Now it’s time for the real living it out to happen. These are no longer weekly projects, but life changes for us to grab hold of tight. It is sort of lonely without a checklist to follow or project to plan.